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. captioning funded by cbs >>> this is the "cbs morning news" for friday, february 22nd, 2013. good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. well, this morning a large part of the midwest is digging out after a massive winter storm dumped up to 17 inches of snow in some areas. the storm shut down governments, schools, and transportation. travel in some areas is impossible. hundreds of flights have been canceled this morning, and at least two traffic deaths are blamed on the storm. some of the largest accumulations were in kansas where the national guard is patrolling roadways. one meteorologist said it was pouring snow there. at one point a 200-mile stretch of interstate 70 was shut down. >>> iowa is one of at least 15 states under a winter storm warning or watch this morning. heavy blinding snow fell there overnight and is not expected to end until this afternoon. >>> the heavy snow and freezing rain made for slick roads everywhere. in illinois a minivan slid right through an intersection and hit a light pole. residents are being urged to stay home. cbs news
. this is the "cbs morning news" for wednesday, february 13th, 2013. >>> good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. well, this morning it appears the manhunt for a former los angeles policeman suspected in a deadly campaign against the l.a. police department is over. law enforcement officials believe the massive manhunt for christopher dorner ended about 80 miles east of los angeles in big bear, california. man thought to be dorner barricaded himself inside a cabin and opened fire. the cabin suddenly caught fire and burned to the ground. the sheriff's department says unidentified human remains have been found inside. now edward lawrence is in big bear this morning. good morning, edward. >> reporter: good morning, anne-marie. investigators were just able to going side the cabin this morning and find out there were human remains of a body. they'll have to use forensic testing to positively i.d. exactly who the body is but they do believe it's christopher dorner. sources tell cbs news christopher dorner is inside this bushed out cabin. police cannot yet identi
by cbs cbs morning news" for friday februar 8th >>> this is the "cbs morning news" for friday, february 8th, 2013. >>> good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. well, a potentially record-breaking debilitating winter storm is expected to slam the northeast this morning. snowfall totals could top 2 feet in some areas. dangerous wind gusts threaten power supplies and travel will be affected from coast to coast. the storm is actually a combination of two powerful storms converging off the atlantic coast. one part of the storm is coming from the midwest. the worst of the storm will hit tonight into saturday morning. in some areas snowfall totals could reach historic levels. cbs news weather consultant david bernard has the latest. >>> the major nor easter is taking shape this morning right off the banks of north carolina and this is going to rapidly strengthen throughout the day as it continues to move off to the north and northeast. by 7:00 this evening we've got a full-blown storm with rain mixing with snow from the coast from long island to nor
with police. captioning funded by cbs >>> this is the "cbs morning news" for thursday, february 14th, 2013. good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. well, this morning american airlines and us airways will announce they are merging to form the world's largest airline. the deal's been in the works since august combining bankrupt american what the much smaller us airways. it has to be approved by the anti- anti-trust regulators but if this mega merger is approved, four airlines will control about three quarters of the u.s. airline traffic. susan mcginnis is in washington with more on this story. susan, good morning. >> good morning. this is the latest mergener this massive consolidation that has taken place over just the last five or six years. this one's going to combine the third and fourth biggest airlines to form the largest. now, the typical winners in these massive deals are usually airlines themselves because they can save on jet fuel and routes and boost profits on wall street. for travelers it often leads to higher fares, fewer flights, and fewer
, becoming the first woman to grab the top starting spot at the daytona 500. this is the "cbs morning news" for february 18th, 2013. captioning funded by cbs morning. good to be with you. >>> good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. we begin with immigration reform and the stir caused by a leaked white house proposal. critics are blasting the plan. the administration says the alternative proposal is just a backup in case congress can't agree on a deal. as reported by "usa today," the president's plan would allow illegal immigrants to become legal permanent residents within eight years. they would have to pass a background check, learn english and u.s. history, and pay back taxes. susan mcginnis with more now from washington. susan, good morning. >> good morning, anne-marie. it is not clear whether the white house leaked this plan on purpose or not, but either way, lawmakers here on capitol hill want that plan tabled so that a group of senators known as the gang of eight can continue their work on a bipartisan bill. the white house is responding after a
funded by cbs news" for friday, february 15th, 2013. >>> this is the "cbs morning news" for friday, february 15th, 2013. >>> good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. we begin this morning with a frightening meteor strike in russia. now, meteor sightings are a common occurrence, but not incidents that cause injury and damage. the russian interior ministry says more than 400 people were injured when the meteor, possibly part of a meteor shower, hit like a missile near the euro mountains about a thousand miles east of moscow and it's near a former soviet union weapons site. the meteor streaked across the sky this morning with a loud boom, leaving a thick white trail, breaking nearby windows and damaged buildings when it hit. most of the injuries were from broken glass. russian newspapers say some 20,000 emergency workers have been mobilized. michael garnet is a canadian hockey player living in russia. >> definitely my building was shaking, so i could feel -- i could feel a sway in my building, so it kind of sounded like a bomb went off. >> now
>>> motive for murder. >>> motive for murder. cbs news learns what fueled the newtown, connecticut, school shooting. the gunman, adam lanza, believes he was in competition with another notorious killer. >>> murder charge. olympic sprinter oscar pistorius is back in court this morning and charged with the premeditated murder of his model girlfriend. >>> and "in focus," we'll show why so many wild events like the russian meteor are being caught on camera. captioning funded by cbs >>> good morning, good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. we begin with a possible motive behind the deadly connecticut school shooting. cbs news has learned that the gunman, adam lanza, may have been motivated by the massacre in norway back in 2011. connecticut police say that theory is not accurate. susan mcginnis is in washington with more on this. good morning, susan. >> reporter: anne-marie, good morning. law enforcement sources tell us there is evidence adam lanza was obsessed with anders breivik, the killer in a massacre in norway in 2011 where 77 people died, and they say they k
as eight days at a time. marlie hall for cbs news, midland city, alabama. >>> an alaska arlines jet was forced to make an emergency landing when the pilot lost conscious necessary. flight 473 was en route from los angeles to seattle last night. it was over oregon when the pilot passed out. the jet was diverted safely why the doctor treated the pilot. the co-pilot landed the plane safely. there were 115 passengers and five crew members onboard the boeing 737. >>> and through the night rescue crews in mexico city have been searching for people who were trapped by an explosion. at least 75 people -- or rather 25 people were killed by yesterday's afternoon blast in the basement of a downtown tower. more than a hundred others were injured. the cause is unknown but one possibility is a building's gas boiler. >>> in central china today a truck carrying fireworks exploded. the explosion destroyed parts of an elevated highway. at least five people were killed, eight hospitalized. cars and trucks fell about a hundred feet to the ground. the cause of the explosion is u
urged to stay home. cbs news weather consultant david bernard has the latest on the blockbuster storm. >> our winter storm in the midwest is finally beginning to wind down. this is how much snow we're expecting the remainder of the day, generally 3 to 6 inches possible especially across portions of iowa, wisconsin. chicago, we're looking at 3 to 5 inches of snow by this evening, but not anything where we saw yesterday where we were measuring the snow well over a foot. now the second form for the weekend is developing over the southeast. thunderstorms possible in north florida this afternoon. we just don't know how low that coastal low will be over the weekend. the meantime new england pretty quiet. 40 for new york, 42 for philadelphia and this afternoon 37 in boston. here's what's left of the big midwest storm center near chicago this afternoon. 35 and the snow will gradually be entering the windy city. but kansas city and omaha, highs only in the 20s as they begin to dig out. i'm david bernard, cbs news, miami. >>> now to south africa where the judge is expec
of corporate chaos. allen pizzey cbs news rome. >> jeff: we are joined now by "washington post" reporter jason horowitz who has been following the politics of the vatican. jason, allen called this a sort of corporate chaos. in your estimation what kind of shape is the vatican in right now? >> well with the vatican we're talking about a 2,000-year-old institution. and it operates literally behind closed walls. so the power games that you see in any institution are much more fierce there because there's no turn over. people have been plotting and looking for power for a very long time. so in benedict you will someone who at the end of his papasee tried to introduce some reforms that would perhaps create some more transparency and root out some of what some called corruption there. he appointed one archbishop a fellow named to do this. and he took the mission to heart and actually sought out what he called corruption. and instead he faced entrenched opposition and was actually essentially exiled to the united states where he is now the ambassador here. >> jeff: so if benedict had such difficultie
. bigad shabab, cbs news. >> well, president obama is turning up the heat on republicans. there are only nine days left until dramatic automatic spending cuts go into effect. he's blaming the gop. republican leaders are fighting back saying spending is the problem and they won't support any new tax hikes. danielle nottingham reports. >> reporter: president obama called in police and firefighters to help him talk republicans oust letting the budget cuts take effect. the automatic cuts known in washington as the sequester kick in march 1st. they were designed to be so severe they'd force lawmakers to reach a budget deal, but they haven't yet, and now the president is pushing a short-temp fix to allow more time to reach a compromise. >> there's a smarter way to do this, to reduce our deficits without harming our economy. but congress has to act. >> reporter: the white house wants a plan with smaller spending cuts and more tax revenues. republicans say the government is already too bloated and higher taxes should not be part of this equation. the budget expert says th
's world slalom champion in nearly four decades. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> axelrod: good evening. we begin tonight with that meteor that exploded over russia. scientists now say it was even bigger and heavier than they first thought 55 feet long and weighing 10,000 tons. it was moving at a speed of 40,000 miles per hour when it hit the atmosphere, produce an enormous shock wave that blew out windows and injured 1200 people in chelyabinsk, russia. tony guida has more on the largest known media to hit the earth since 1908. >> reporter: at chebarkul lake 950 miles east of moscow, scientists today looked for remnants of the meteor. fisherman valery morozov saw the space rock falling through the sky. "in a matter of seconding," he says, it appeared to grow from a small flare into a huge ball and then an unbelievably bright flash. >> about once every 100 years something bigger than a minivan will come through the atmosphere and impact either our atmosphere or the earth. >> reporter: and this was that event? >> that was that event. >> reporter: charles liu an
>>> this is the "cbs morning news" for thursday, february 21st, 2013. good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. well this morning a major winter storm packing heavy snow is moving into the nation's heartland. at least 15 states are under a winter watch or advisory, and tens of millions of people are in the storm's path. some areas can expect more than a foot of snow. heavy snow is already falling in kansas. state offices there will be closed until tomorrow morning. residents have been urged to stay off the roads. near tucson, arizona, the world golf championship match play event was suspended due to a freak snowstorm. blizzard warnings were posted in parts of the state. some areas of phoenix got two inches of snow. and the snow hitting the midwest is already being blamed for one death, a highway accident in oklahoma. cbs news weather consultant david bernard is following the massive weather system. >> the big winter storm across the midwest will be taking shape during the day today. look how big the winter storm warning area is. it's all of nebraska, kansas, an
is but they do believe it's christopher dorner. sources tell cbs news christopher dorner is inside this bushed out cabin. police cannot yet identify the body, but they do believe dorner was inside when the cabin caught fire. police had the cabin surrounded at the time. >> and there's no indication at all that he escaped during the fire. >> we believe he's still inside the cabin, yes. >> reporter: the police picked up his trail tuesday after someone reported being carjacked. >> mr. dorner jumped out in front of my truck, and he stopped me at gunpoint. he said i don't want to hurt you. he said get out, walk up the road, and take your dog with you. cbs reporter carter evens captured the fire fight on his cell phone camera. two police officers were hit. one is now dead. the other wounded. officials focused their search on the big bear area after the police found his pickup truck burning in the woods here. police went door to door searching cabins for the suspect, but bless learn head didn't get very far from where his truck was found. >> the cabin he was hiding out in, an
, a long way where the temperature was 12 below zero. tony guida cbs news, new york. >> axelrod: the russians weren't the only ones looking up and seeing meteors purpose there were two other apparent meteor sightings reported last night one over cuba and then look at the upper right part of your screen. this image was captured in san francisco. neither of these other two meteors caused any injuries or damage. joining us now for more on all this activity above earth is jeffrey kluger, the science editor for "time" magazine. it has started to feel we've warnedded into some sort of meteor blizzard. has something actually changed? >> actually, it hasn't. the earth has been playing in cosmic traffic for about 4.5 billion years. the fact is we're hit by about 100 tons of space debris every day, and that include at least one object the size of a basketball. and every four months, something comes in about as big as a volkswagen. >> axelrod: so with all this debris floating around, how carefully are we looking out for it? >> very carefully actually. since 1995, nasa has been charged by c
and a code of silence is letting people get away with murder in chicago. when the cbs evening news continues. cc >> pelley: back now from new orleans. jesse jackson is calling on president obama to come to chicago to confront the gun crisis. today, jackson led mar cherz to the park where a 15-year-old girl was shot to death this week a mile from mr. obama's chicago home. the police say that it is likely she was the victim of a gang war. dean reynolds has discovered why gang gang related murders have become so difficult to solve. for almost seven years, pam and tom bosley have been hoping for a measure of justice. >> my son terrell was murdered april 4th, 2006. >> reporter: but no one has paid a price except terrell's family. >> the first year when this happened to terrell, it was real hard for me, and i tried to take my life twice. >> reporter: a suspect was arrested and tried, but then acquitted, the evidence was sparse, the witnesses willing to testify, few, even though terrell was shot in a church parking lot on a busy street. >> people were out there, but nobody said anything, yes, peopl
'm david bernard, cbs news, miami. >>> coming up this morning, burger king's twitter account gets hacked. >>> and later, dash cam craze. we'll look at russia's obsession with dashboard cameras which was highlighted by last week's meteor explosion. >>> this is the "cbs morning news." t week's meteor explosion. >>> this is the "cbs morning news." [ sniffs ] bacon?! gotta get that bacon! bacon?! bacon! smokey bacon, meaty bacon, tasty bacon! bacon? ohh, la, la... oh, i say is that bacon?! oh, good heavens! bacon! bacon! bacon! bacon! who wants a beggin' strip? meee! i'd get it myself but i don't have thumbs! yum, yum, yum, yum, yum... it's bacon!!! mmm i love you, i love bacon. i love you. i love bacon. i love you. beggin' strips! there's no time like beggin' time. and check out beggin' thick cut. i'm gonna need a bigger mouth! [old english accent] i doth declare that thou have brought overmany discounts to thine customers! [old english accent] safe driver, multi-car, paid in full -- a most fulsome bounty indeed lord jamie. thou cometh and we thy saveth! what are you doing?
minutes on tv. >>> this is the "cbs morning news" for thursday, february 7th, 2013. good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. this morning the northeast is bracing for a major winter storm that could deliver up to 2 feet of snow in some areas. blizzard watch has been posted for parts of massachusetts, rhode island, including eastern new england is prepared to get hit the hardest. the brunt of the storm is expected friday night into saturday. david bernard of our miami station wfor has more. >> it looks like we're heading for a major winter storm for ufl the northeast and it could even mean blizzard conditions for some of the areas. i want to show you the forecast map. this will be friday afternoon. upstate new york right along the coast of the low and it would include snow mixed with rain and would include the jersey shore and long island and maybe connecticut. and friday to saturday it could turn to all snow and by saturday we're likely going to be experiencing blizzard conditions in some of these arias. how much snow could fall? this is just an early estimate but would
, not to mention their families on shore. randall pinkston, cbs news, mobile, alabama. >>> well, president obama travels to atlanta today to push the economic and social agenda. he laid out in his state of the union address. the president was in asheville, north carolina, yesterday talking about job creation and stimulus spending, all issues that are part of the current budget discussion. mandatory spending cuts known as sequester kick in march 1st. speaker of the house john boehner said all the president is offering is higher taxes and more spending. >> republicans have twice passed bills to replace the sequester. it's incumbent upon the president and senate democrats to show us their plan to stop the sequester from going into effect. >> boehner also opposes the proposal to raise the minimum wage to 9 dlshs. they say they will pump money into the economy but business groups contend it will burden employers and cost jobs. anthony mason reports. >> reporter: at cafe joey's italian restaurant in aubrey, texas, owner joe picca is not okay with the president's proposal to inc
funded by cbs >>> this is the "cbs morning news" for wednesday, february 6th, 2013. >>> good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. we begin overseas. a powerful earthquake in the south pacific triggered a tsunami in the solomon islands overnight. the magnitude 8.0 quake struck off the easternmost islands. the prime minister's office says a 5-foot wave of water damaged up to 80 homes and several people are believed to have died. >>> and we're learning more now about the dramatic rescue of that young alabama boy held hostage for a week. the boy identified only by his firth name ethan celebrated his sixth birthday today when the fbi stormed the bunker where he was held captive, the suspect opened fire. jimmy lee dykes was killed. it appears he was prepared for a raid. investigators found a bomb in the bunker and one in the pipe dykes used to communicate with the authorities. marlie hall reports. >> reporter: investigators are still gathering and processing everyday from the underground bunker where suspect jimmy dykes held ethan captive. the fbi's hostage rescue team storm
their guns, they're not happy. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds-- unless it's saturday. the u.s. postal service added that qualification to its legendary motto today. the service is broke and it will drop saturday mail delivery in august. the troubles of the postal service are as big as the agency itself. the u.s.p.s. delivers 40% of all of the mail on earth and it has more than 522,000 full-time workers, which makes it among the top civilian employers in america. but the age of e-mail has turned out to be a much bigger challenge than snow or rain or gloom of night and here's nancy cordes. >> reporter: saturday mail delivery dates back to the inception of the postal service itself in 1863. but today the postmaster general said times have changed and his agency must, too. >> when you lose the first class volume that we've seen, you can't make ends meet from a financial standpoint. the choice is either
. sources tell cbs news that the body of dorner was inside a charred cabin. but the remains have not been actually formally identified. teresa garcia has more now from the scene of yesterday's shootout. >> reporter: police have not confirmed that christopher dorner was the man they found inside a charred cabin near big bear. >> it will depend on the condition ever the body that's recovered, depend on the forensics that are available and the laboratories that are available. >> reporter: the week long search for dorner ended with an intense shootout at the cabin. cbs reporter carter evans was in the middle of it. >> reporter: we're right in the center of the action here, right where this happened. >> reporter: then with a single gunshot, the final confrontation was over. police say the former los angeles police officer and navy reservist took his own life as the cabin went up in flames. cbs news senior correspondent john miller headed up the lapd's major crimes unit. he says there's much evidence to confirm that the remains are dorner's. >> because he has a military background and lapd back
break down. >> white house sources tell cbs news this wasn't a planned leak but some republicans are skeptical. >> leaks don't happen in washington by accident. this raises the question many of us continue to wonder about. does the president really want a result or does he want another to beat up the republicans so he can get political advantage in the next election. >> i met with the president wednesday, and he agreed to give us the space we need to come up with a bipartisan proposal. >> still many republicans here on capitol hill tell us they were shocked to see this white house draft and even more shocked that the president's plan did not require tougher border security. >> this is the president torpedoing his own plan and shows me that he's really not serious. >> florida senator marco rubio says if the plan is sent as it is, it will be dead on arrival. his colleagues have had to smooth things over. >> we've talked with marco rubio and he's fully on board with our process and i'm hopeful that in march we'll have a bipartisan bill. >> in march is when th
>>> this is the "cbs morning >>> this is the "cbs morning news" for wednesday, february 20th, 2013. good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. in kansas city, crews are working through the night looking for more victims of an parent gas explosion that rocked an upscale shopping center. two people are reported missing and at least 14 injured. cadaver dogs are searching the rubble of a restaurant that burnt to the ground. residents of nearby buildings were forced to evacuate, and the mayor was one of first people on the scene. >> what we're really trying to get a handle on right now is how many people were hurt, who are they, where are they and that's kind of a moving target because we don't know who was there to begin with. >> witnesses say they smelled gas five hours before the blast and reported it to a construction crew working in the area. bigad shaban has more. >> reporter: flames and heavy smoke reach into the night sky over downtown kansas city after an explosion started a fire in an upscale shopping center. the blaze broke out just after 6:00 p.m. it des
. and even where the weather was clear, the storm caused a backup. cbs news weather consultant david bernard is following the storm. >> the big plains blizzard will continue to dump very heavy snow throughout the region throughout the day today. in fact, this is how much more we're expecting, and the bull's eye is going to be over missouri where as much as a foot of snow could fall. some areas could locally see up to two feet of snow in a few spots. as the storm heads toward chicago, it begins to weaken. we could still see three six inches of snow even across northern portions of illinois. severe weather today is going to be confined to the southeast from the north and south carolina coastlines through northern and central portions of florida. but drying out behind that. new orleans today, 60 degrees. that will be a big improvement. rain is going spread into the northeast from the southwest. pittsburgh, d.c., philadelphia will have rain by the afternoon, including cleveland. to the west, that's where the core of the winter storm will be. heavy snow kansas city maybe
woman to grab the top starting spot at the daytona 500. this is the "cbs morning news" for february 18th, 2013. >>> good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. we begin with immigration reform and the stir caused by a leaked white house proposal. critics are blasting the plan. the administration says the alternative proposal is just a backup in case congress can't agree on a deal. as reported by "usa today," the president's plan would allow illegal immigrants to become legal permanent residents within eight year, they would have to pass a background check, learn english and u.s. history, and pay back taxes. susan mcginnis with more now from washington. susan, good morning. >> good morning, anne-marie. it's not clear whether the white house leaked this plan or not but either way they want the plan so they can continue on the bipartisan bill. the white house is responding after a draft of its version of an immigration reform bill was leaked to the press this weekend. the white house says it's simply backup plan. >> we will be prepared with our own plan if these ongoing talks b
assault weapons ban. tara mergener for cbs news, washington. >>> the battle over the debt limit has been pushed back at least until may. president obama signed a bill monday to temporarily suspend the $16.4 trillion limit on federal borrowing. experts say the bill allows the government to borrow about $450 billion to meet interest payments and other obligations. >>> and now to the push for immigration reform. a house judiciary committee begins hearings today, and homeland security secretary janet napolitano will be in el paso for the second day of her border tour. she was in san diego yesterday and met with local leaders. she said the number of people arrested trying to enter the u.s. illegally dropped to a 40-year low. >> we've matched our successes at the border with smart, effective immigration enforcement with a focus on identifying and removing criminal aliens and other public safety threats. >> president obama will meet with business and labor leaders today hoping to convince them immigration reform will be good for the economy. >>> almost five months after
but as we go throughout the day, we're going to have a much better idea. i'm david bernard, cbs news, miami. >>> well, some of the most controversial aspects of america's war on al qaeda could be aired in public when president obama's choice for cia has his confirmation hearing. john brennan will be asked questions about interrogation techniques such as waterboarding including carrying out drone attacks against u.s. citizens. the white house is expected to stay ahead of that controversy. last night the administration acknowledged it would give congressional committee members access to classified documents that outline the government's stance on drone strikes against suspected terrorists who are also american citizens. the report will be in the hands of those lawmakers just hours before john brennan's confirmation hearing begins, and he will be the one today who's answering questions about the legality of killing americans who are believed to be senior al qaeda leaders such as the american-bern cleric anwar al awlaki who was killed in a 2010 drone strike. crit
for the monday morning rush hour. tony guida, cbs news, long island. >> jeff: in los angeles a one million dollar reward is now being offered for the fugitive former cop christopher doorner. he's wanted for three murders and on the run for eight days. here is carter evans. >> the massive and so far fruitless search for accused cop killer christopher doorner has put los angeles on edge. mayor antonio villaraigosa. >> we will not tolerate this reign of terror that has robbed us of the peace of mind that residents of southern california deserve. >> reporter: the $$1 million reward is the largest ever for the city. l.a.p.d. chief charlie beck: >> every day that dorner is loose the likelihood of an attack on either a uniformed police officer or a family of a police officer is likely. that's why we rush to make this offer. >> reporter: it's been four days since dorner's burnt-out truck was found near the resort town of big bear. but since then the trail has gone ice cold. >> today only 25 officers were on the hunt, down from more than a hundred on friday. the search area is standing, 150 miles to the s
it up. carter evans will tell us why. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> axelrod: good evening. i'm jim axelrod. it was the last lap of the last race before nascar kicks off its new season tomorrow with the daytona 500. that's when at least a dozen cars wrecked with one race car being sent airborne and into a fence separating fans from the track. it's still a confusing situation in daytona with emergency workers tending to injured fans. adriana diaz is at the track for us tonight. >> reporter: the 12-car crash began on the last turn of the last lap of the kick-off race at daytona when the number 7 car, driven by regan smith, spun out of control. moments later, kyle larson's number 32 car went airborne, off the track ripping a hole in the cash fence. race fan tyler anderson was in the stand and caught the crash on this video. lauren williams snapped this photo of a tire in the stand. she was watching the race from a suite at daytona. the collision sent debris and car parts flying. this car engine ended up in the stands. one fan said the crash sounded l
have no plans to give up their oceanfront home. marlie hall for cbs news, new britain, connecticut. >>> well, the storm caused all kinds of transportation problems. on eastern long island, slammed by 30 inches of snow, hundreds of motorists were stranded on the long island expressway, some overnight. yesterday a 27-mile stretch of the l.i.e. was closed so road crews could clear the snow and move abandoned cars. officials hope to open the roads today. >>> the los angeles area remains on edge this morning as a fugitive ex-cop who says he's targeting police continues to evade a massive manhunt. christopher dorner is suspected of killing three people. authorities put up a $1 million reward for information leading to his capture. soon after the reward was announced, there was a report of a sighting of dorner in a store in the san fernando valley, but a search came up empty. carter evans has more. >> reporter: the massive and so far fruitless search for accused cop killer christopher dorner has put everyone on edge. mayor anthony via rago sa. >> we'll not deal with t
that and some less. but that gives you a general idea of what to expect. i'm david bernard, cbs news, miami. >>> well, the storm will impact an area called home for millions and many started preparing for a weekend full of snow. tetiana anderson is in new york with more. good morning, tetiana. >> reporter: anne-marie, good morning. it hasn't even started snowing here in the big apple, but we're already feeling the effects. some 3,000 flights canceled all across the northeast including airports like boston's logan and the three major airports that service new york city. and for those people who aren't traveling, well, there are just a few hours left to get supplies before this potentially historic snowfall starts. a familiar scene playing out across new england, people grabbing supplies and food ahead of the storm. the only thing more popular than snow shovels and rock salt seem to be milk and bread. >> craziness as usual for a snowstorm. >> oh, it's crazy. it was a madhouse. >> i'm going to the liquor store. >> people are worried about the snow. i'm not worried about it.
. they will now take a closer look at that stadium's power supply and back-up plans. cbs news, new york. that's still fewer than the 111 million viewers back in 2010 and 2011. with the super bowl over, the farewell season for the 49ers at candlestick park is officially underway. including their ultimate demise. we'll, plain lathe on in the news -- we'll explain lathe on in the newscast. >>> we are learning more about a 13-year-old girl found murdered in a fairfield park. tonight her family tells joe vazquez that the young teen had a very tough life. >> she had a family, people that loved her. she was loved. we loved her. >> reporter: they asked us not to show her faces on tv because they're afraid of a killer still on the loose. they are family members of a murdered 13-year-old girl who also say that fairfield police asked them not to give out too much information. >> we had a dance contest. there were 20 people. she won hands down. and she had a lot of spirit. >> reporter: the victim's name is listed right here, but she assumed her mother's last name. saying she's been a foster child much of
we asked about ending saturday delivery in a cbs news/"new york times" poll last june, 71% said they favored it; 24% were opposed. and this surprised us today: turns out there are more post offices in america than wal- marts, starbucks and mcdonald's combined. there is a much bigger washington fiscal crisis coming in three weeks. that is when automatic across- the-board budget cuts go into effect unless congress finds another way. in washington lingo, those budget cuts are called sequestration, and david martin has discovered that sequestration is already cutting into national defense. >> reporter: late this afternoon, the 5,000 crew members of the aircraft carrier "truman" got the word: they will not be leaving their home port of norfolk, virginia, for the persian gulf this friday as planned. their deployment is being postponed due to the looming budget crisis. vice admiral mark fox says that means the u.s. will have only one instead of the normal two aircraft carriers in the persian gulf. what does that mean, operationally? >> what it does change is the opportunity to have add
pizzey cbs new vatican city. >> jeff: in washington today lots of fingerpointing but no movement toward heading off a budget cut due to be begin on friday. the 85 billion in cuts with come mav from defense half from domestic programs. as many as $750,000 jobs could be at risk. and that prospect had some of the nation's governors weighing in. here's major garrett. >> with washington still stymied, two governor maryland democrat martin o'malley and virginia republican o'donnell have join joined forces to urge a compromise. >> the sequester was put in place to be a hammer, not a policy. but here we are just a week away from et going it done. >> whatever our differences might be we understand that this is an economic threat. >> reporter: half the cuts would come from defense including training and maintenance programs. the pent begun warns they could also require longer deployments in afghanistan. domestically the white house warns of fewer food inspectors airport delays and teacher layoffs. >> secretary of education anee duncan said as many as 40,000 public schoolteachers could lose their
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, and republicans accuse the administration of trying to scare the american people. cbs news anchor scott pelley talked to house speaker john boehner yesterday. you know this place better than anyone. it can't be done before friday. this is going to happen, isn't it? >> the house has done its work. it's time for the president and democrats to do their work. they've known for 16 months that this date was coming. that's why the house acted twice last year. but yet senate democrats and the president have never passed anything. it's time for them to do their work. >> boehner told pelley it certainly looks like the budget cuts will take effect on friday. susan mcginnis is in washington well more. susan, good morning. >> anne-marie good morning. some of the cuts have already taken place. immigration officials say they're starting to release hundreds and hundreds of illegal aliens from detention from around the country saying they're not going to be able to pay for them. critics on capitol hill say this is a political move and a scare tactic. the government is releasing hundreds of
, cbs news, the white house. >>> we're learning more about the dramatic rescue of that young alabama boy held hostage for a week. the boy identified only by his first name, ethan, celebrated his sixth birthday today. when the fbi stormed the bunker where he was held by his captive, the suspect opened fire. the suspect jimmy lee dykes was killed in that fire fight. dykes was accused of killing ethan's bus driver before kidnapping the boy and it appears he was prepared for a raid. investigators found a bomb in the bunker and one in the pipe dykes used to communicate with the authorities. marlie hall reports. >> reporter: investigators are still gathering and processing evidence from the underground bunker where suspect jimmy dykes held ethan captive. the fbi's hostage rescue team stormed into the bunker monday, set off flash grenades, and then shot and killed dykes. the fbi moved in after watching dykes through a camera that was inserted into the bunker during a standoff. cbs news senior correspondent john miller is a former assistant fbi director. >> cameras c
raising tax rates? mr. obama makes news in his cbs interview. should scouting be open to gays? and byron pitts tells us how a killer once committed to a mental hospital got a permit by-to-buy 15 guns. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. the f.b.i. has stormed an underground shelter today, shooting to death a kidnapper and freeing a five-year-old boy unharmed. the boy, whose first name is ethan, had been held for seven days outside midland city, alabama. the family allowed us to show you his picture. the police say that ethan was kidnapped last tuesday from a school bus by 65-year-old jimmy lee dykes who neighbors have described as belligerent. mark strassmann is on the scene with the breaking news tonight. mark? >> reporter: scott, here's what happened in the final minute. two muffled bangs could be heard behind me in the direction of the shelter. an ambulance that had been parked nearby since the start of the standoff raced up the hill. about a minute later, local deputies and f.b.i. agents were patting themselves on the
. >>> you can watch the president's address here on cbs. cbs news coverage begins at 9:00 p.m. eastern. >>> in the words of one high-ranking church official, right now 1.2 billion catholics are holding their breath. the stunning news that pope benedict is resigning at the end of the month is a game-changer. after he resigns, the vatican says benedict will live in a monastery in vatican city. meanwhile, the process to elect his successor is already underway. we have this report from vatican city. >> reporter: pope benedict xvi is about to make history. the 85-year-old leader of the catholic church is resigning at the end of the month. he's the first pope to do so in 600 years. the pope's announcement came as a surprise to all but his closest confidantes. he said because of his age and deteriorating health, "i have had to recognize my incapacity to fulfill the ministry entrusted to me." church leaders were shocked and saddened. >> like watching your own dad get old. and admit that he's not up to all the duties of being the head of a family involves. >> reporter: bened
asteroid due to pass very close to earth later today. earlier i spoke to cbs news contributor dr. michio kaku. dr. kaku, i know meteor showers aren't particularly rare but how common is it to cause damage? >> it's quite unusual. usually on a given night objects the size of a baseball will burn up in the atmosphere, and these are the shooting stars and falling stars you see at night. however, this one was probably caused by an object as big as a car or as big as a house, burning up in the atmosphere at perhaps 20,000 miles per hour, 30,000 miles per hour such that you break the sound barrier and thus you actually land on the planet earth. these events are more rare however, they do happen and they usually burn up over the ocean. they burn up over unpopulated areas. this took place over a populated area, and, of course, scared a lot of people. >> indeed. now, we've seen video of windows breaking. we've heard reports of people injured. would the meteor have had to have landed to cause damage or could it have broken up before it landed but still have this sort of impact?
this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. reporting tonight from washington. >> pelley: good evening, detention cells are opening in several states tonight. hundreds of illegal immigrants awaiting deportation are instead being releasedded because the obama administration says it can't afford to hold them. it's a response to automatic across-the-board cuts in federal spending that are due to begin on friday. these cuts were never intended to happen. they were designed by both parties to be so harmful that they would force the president and congress to compromise on a better way. but they haven't. a short while ago, we spoke to the republican speaker of the house, john boehner. you know this place better than anyone. it can't be done before friday. this is going to happen, isn't it? >> the house has done its work. it's time for the president and senate democrats to do their work. they've known for 16 months that this date was coming. that's why the house acted twice last year. but yet senate democrats and the president have never passed anything. it's time for them to do their work. >>
his fingernails. cbs news, london. >> pistorius will face a court hearing on friday. in an interview with "the new york times" last year, the athlete talked about pulling out his pistol to search his home one night when his security alarm went off. >>> soon we could learn the identity of the body pulled from a california cabin where authorities believe they cornered a rogue cop. a wallet containing christopher dorner's driver's license was found in the burned out cabin. authorities say that a tear gas canister shot into the cabin actually started that fire. officials say they were trying to drive out the suspect alive. dorner was wanted for a string of revenge killings tied to his firing from the los angeles police department. >>> the man convicted in chandra levy's murder is expected back in the d.c. courtroom this afternoon. ingmar guandique was brought back to the district last week from a federal prison in alabama. in 2010, he was found guilty of killing the government intern. levy disappeared in may 2001. her remains were found one year late near rock creek park. cbs news has re
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the courage to speak out? captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. we could only imagine what los angeles police officers and their families were going through as they were being targeted by a fired cop out for revenge. well, today we found out as they told their stories. the former officer, christopher dorner, died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound one week tonight, his body recovered from the ruins of a burned-out cabin in san bernadino where he holed up. over ten days dorner allegedly killed four people including two law enforcement officers. he was prepared to kill more. john miller spoke to two of them. >> i got the phone call. and the first thing i did was call and get ahold of the kids to find out where they all were. >> reporter: captain phil tingirides and his wife were on christopher dorner's hit list published on his facebook page. captain tingirides was on the board that fired dorner for falsely accusing another officer of brutality. >> they don't teach us in the academy how to protect your family when there's a
books and toy cars. cbs news has also learned that the f.b.i.'s hostage rescue team created a diversion, that was the two loud bangs. they went in through the top of the bunker and it was over within seconds. we've also learned at some point during the standoff they inserted a camera. that's h able to see dykes was waaround with a as one agent told us, we had eyes on him the whole time. scott, we also talked to a member of ethan's family. they say he's doing okay and the boy has his sixth birthday on wednesday. >> pelley: mark, thank much. senior correspondent john miller is a former assistant director at the f.b.i. john, you've been talking to your sources today. how did they do it? >> this was something they looked at among the options and they had two or three different options but today as they has been delivering things to that doorway that dykes used, his entrance to the bunker-- and this occurred over days-- they created an opportunity today because he was getting more irrational, he was handling a weapon, they say. and they created an opportunity to bring him to the door to acce
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